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hello people,

i'm having trouble find the right voltage for my 24/7 oc, currrently its set to 1.424v BUT anytime i run i benchmark (ex; prime) the voltage drop itself to a lower value. (ex 1.384v)
and this totally random, since when i went voltage down, it goes more down and crash.

All eco feature are disabled. (C&Q, C1E, C6)
i have msi 990xa-gd55 board

anyone has a clue?

let me know
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Pretty much ok,but from what I found out your mobo has a problem with the VRM it uses (VRM is the power phase with which your CPU is supplied with electricity). Lower your Overclock and see if it can handle the voltage properly.
 

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ya ive read this thread already,
"that guy run on [email protected], ive already past that point"

and ive also find a thread here on overclock.net wich says there's no known problem with this board (990fx own club)

its "stable" actually just wanted to know WHY HOOOOO GOD WHY IT CANT STAND MY VOLTAGE, if its a known fact or something..
honestly i can get ride of this since my comp is running "perfectly"

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there's no LLC option in the bios... lol
ive been warn, next time i buy asus or gigabyte, the top models
 

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it will overvolt now.
the motherboard will allow me to go to 1.424v wich is its max.

and now when i open HWmonitor its says more
see by yourselves guys VIN2 is higher than cpu1... ***LUX ?

 

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Do you have BIOS V23.1 and what is your power supply? I also have the MSI 990XA-GD55. I see the voltages change to and it does not bother me, I think it's just the nature of power distribution and how the circuits respond to different loads and states.

additional components include: AMD FX-8350 cpu, G.Skill sniper cl9 1866 ram, MSI Radeon HD 7850 oc graphics, corsair cx600 power suppply and corsair h80i water cooling.

I think my highest BIOS voltage is 1.446V and passes prime95 and IntelBurnTest at 4.4GHz.
I've run it at 4.6GHz and 1.446V and failed the stability tests but play Battlefield 3 and do video encoding with no problems.

I've overclocked to 4.6 and 4.7Ghz and tested stability and done well but had to use AMD overdrive, or MSI control center to access higher voltages (~1.49V)

I think the BIOS will need to be improved and they are holding back on the voltage so we don't quickly burn out our cpu's with +1.6 to 1.75V

My 4.7GHz OC ==> http://i.imgur.com/0AmCYP7.jpg
 
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